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About Wiki Cadillac

Wiki Cadillac was conceived as a means to fill a gap in online information about the Cadillac automobiles. Several comments were seen on online forums such as the Cadillac Mailing List (external link) (CML) and the forums of the Cadillac and La Salle Club (external link) web site about having a "place to put this stuff" referring to technical information not found in the shop manuals or any other publications

With that in mind Wiki Cadillac policy is to not compete with existing online resources such as "The Cadillac Database" (external link) or the CLC or CML forums but does promote the sharing of any and all technical information.

Wiki Cadillac heavily promotes originality for all Cadillacs so information on modifications such as lowering a car or hot rodding will not be supported. However Wiki Cadillac does recognize that some parts are made of unobtainium making it impossible to maintain originality and still drive the car. In those cases Wiki Cadillac will support "work arounds" or modifications that make a car drivable but minimally impacts originality.

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Created by admin. Last Modification: Friday 29 of May, 2015 19:36:05 MDT by Glen995 points .

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